This instructable will teach you how to make a cheating divider to use during assessments in class!!
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Step 1: Gather Materials
Materials Needed: Tape measure, pencil/marker, saw, 2 wooden planks, 3d-printed holster blocks
Step 2: Measure Small Piece of Wood
Use tape measure to measure one of the pieces of wood 1.5ftx1.5ft.
Step 3: Mark Dimensions
Mark the dimensions measured in step 2 with a pencil/marker.
Step 4: Cut Smaller Piece of Wood
Use saw to cut wood based on the pencil markings.
Step 5: Measure Bigger Piece of Wood
Use tape measure to measure another piece of wood 1.75ftx1.5ft.
Step 6: Mark Dimensions
Mark these dimensions from step 5 with a pencil/marker.
Step 7: Cut Larger Piece of Wood
Use saw to cut this piece of wood based on the markings from step 6.
Step 8: 3d-Print
3d-print the blocks from the attached solidworks file. (One print per file… 2 different pieces total)
We used a MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer
Step 9: Connect Pieces Together
Using 3d-printed blocks, from step 8, connect them to pieces of wood.